|Peggy Sue (#47553681)|
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My full time occupation is being a roadrunner. "Life is short, enjoy it" is my motto. I do this work publicly so that future generations will have access to it. No one person in a family has the right to hog the family history. It belongs to all the family.|
My FAG interests are in the areas of mostly Copiah, Adams and Wilkinson Counties (all Mississippi). I tend to input headstones that are close to my heart or call my name.
I descend from William Knight of Copiah County, MS of whom little to nothing is known. After his wife died, he left his two boys (John T Knight and Richmond Knight)in good care and was never seen again. We believe that DNA will eventually solve our long standing roadblock.
I am more than happy to make transfers if you make the request through the edit button of the memorial.
My reward for this work is that I found a clan of cousins whom I adore! When you share, it comes back to you.
I am very careful about inputting information and try very hard to be accurate given the poor state of some of the headstones and sometimes the poor state of my mind. Please correct me gently if I am wrong (and I do make mistakes).
Often I drive two to six hours to take photos....then a thunderstorm will pop up or the ticks or chiggers get me. Then the sun is brutal or the cold wind mocks me. It gets worse than that! But please know I take this task seriously and this job is much harder than it looks.
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|Dannie W.||Margaret C. Shaw|
Thank you for trying to photograph my ggg grandmother's gravestone. I imagine it was knocked down/ destroyed over the years by the highway mowers or a wayward car. From family records we know she is there & from your excellent description of the cemetery, it sounds like she is in one of the now unmarked, sunken gravesites.
|Dannie W.||James Shaw|
Thank you SO much for searching for James' gravestone! Your thorough description of his family cemetery helped me understand why his stone can't be found. I added that info in a note on his Find-a-Grave memorial page so people will know asking for a photo is fruitless.
|NW Mountain Man||Oliver Catchings' Photo|
Thank You for taking the time and photo for me.
|KAB||RE: Talton Knight Picture|
Talton is my wifes great-great grandfather. She knows some about the Knight's and I know would like to talk to you about info you might have. You can e-mail her at email@example.com. Thanks!! Ken
Added by KAB on Jan 17, 2014 4:59 PM
That is the Amite County Historical and Genealogical Society...
|Amite History||Brown-Crum Cemetery|
Please note that the Amite County & Genealogical Society has added a few photos to this cemetery. Two overview photos are awaiting your approval.
*Also please note that for the grave marked "Ervin" we can now see his name was Erwin Cassedy Cobb. Father's initials are also on this marker so that is of value as well.
|Betty ||RE: Rebecca Knight|
It was a beautiful fall day and so very peaceful at this cemetery, I enjoyed being there and glad to help with photos of markers. Betty
Added by Betty on Nov 03, 2013 4:57 AM
|Bonnie D.||RE: The Knights of Washington Parish|
I'm not related to the Knight family. I formerly worked at the Washington Parish Library and helped people doing family history. Since I'm no longer there, it is difficult since I don't have access to the records.
I do have some records at home if that will help you. I have a good many obits.
If you need a look-up, I will glad check my records, just let me know the names.
|Michael Fussell||RE: The Knight's of Washington Parish|
You might try Bonnie D here on Find A Grave.
She has helped me with my family and I with hers.
|Charline Ryan||RE: Betty Brueck Knight|
You're very welcome. It was my pleasure to fill your request.
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